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HELPING BUILD TIRARI A NEW HOME

Tirari, a snake ambassador for Arid Recovery, our respected partner, has outgrown her vivarium so needs a new home! 

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Tirari is a woman python that has helped hundreds of people understands snakes better. She shows that snakes can be gentle and respectful beings and how important they are to our environment.

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To say 'thankssssssss' to Tirari for her awesome work, we launched Reptile Month for February, where 100% sales revenue of our reptile EUGYs - Crocodile, Tuatara, and Mosa - from www.eugy.com to this cause.

Lots of EUGY friends helped with this cause. We ended up donating 
the full costs required to build the vivarium!

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A special thanks to our partners at Arid Recovery, and independent non-profit organisation in South Australia, that runs a wildlife reserve in arid's north, saving species through scientific research and conservation efforts.

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Get to know Woma Pythons

(Aspidites Ramsay)!

  • They are nocturnal snakes

  • Australian Native species

  • In critically endangered status

  • They are ‘pitless pythons’ due to the absence of heat sensing pits which other pythons have along the lips

  • They are non-venomous snakes that use their shovel-like nose to push their prey against the walls they have burrowed

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Helping Australia's iconic bird, the emu, and its environment